Most Widely Used Printer for DOT Alcohol Testing
More RBT IV systems are in use than any other instrument because the excellent design of this system meets so many customer needs. Lightweight and portable for on-site testing; small footprint for in-office testing; quick and straight-forward test protocol with no unnecessary data input; great durability all these features add up to exceptional value.
Totally Portable Testing
The RBT IV printer connects to the hand-held Alco-Sensor IV to produce a totally portable alcohol testing system. Users have the option of the water-proof Pelican case that holds the Alco-Sensor IV and RBT IV printer, or the padded nylon carrying case that also holds a 30 liter Alcohol Gas Tank, regulator, and mouthpieces. Available in DOT protocol and generic protocol for use in law enforcement and other settings.
The well-thought out design of the RBT IV includes function keys that start the most commonly used procedures by pressing a single button: Screening test, Confirmation test, Calibration adjustment, and Accuracy Check. The RBT IV devotes an additional key to reprint the last test. The user-friendly design means more efficient testing and fewer operator errors.
Display Messages Prompt Operator Through Test Protocol
The two-line display on the RBT IV printer prompts the operator through each test procedure. A Screening test of .020 or greater triggers a 15-minute countdown on the display of the printer. The RBT IV then starts a Confirmation test, and prompts the operator to perform an Accuracy Check after Confirmation test results of .020 or greater.